Natasha Vianna leads communications strategy at Honor, advancing the tech company's growth, mission and achievements in innovation, care, and partnerships. Before joining Honor, Natasha held a senior communications position at the Mass Alliance where she developed an award-winning two-year strategic messaging campaign. Prior to this, Natasha was a communications leader within the Brigham and Women's Hospital's health equity department where she developed integrated tech trainings and strategic messaging campaigns with public health officials and local legislators.
In 2013, Natasha also co-founded noteenshame.org to educate policymakers, school administrators, and healthcare professionals on strategies to reduce the stigma that impedes young people's access to quality care. Over 900 people and 24 organizations joined the movement as partners across the country, including the ACLU and National Women's Law Center. For this work, Natasha was honored with the Spirit of Service award from the Healthy Teen Network.
Her passion is to continue centering women of color and proudly fight for a world where all people have the economic, social, and political power and resources to make healthy decisions for themselves and their communities in all areas of our lives. Her journey has been featured in Biz Journals, Latina Magazine, New York Magazine and I shared a TEDx talk on the culture of shame. During her free time, Natasha is dedicated to her writing and spending quality time with her environmentalist daughter.